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  • Jami Zehr

    From the Blog: A Book Review of Ingrid Paulson's Valkyrie Rising.

  • Taylor Ward

    Valkyrie Rising by Ingrid Paulson. While visiting Norway, sixteen-year-old Ellie must step out of the shadow of her popular older brother, join forces with his infuriating best friend, and embrace her Valkyrie heritage to rescue teen boys kidnapped to join the undead army of the ancient god, Odin., onto my to read reading list

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